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Bob Dorrance,  chief executive  of TD Securities: ‘We took a view that we couldn’t afford to wait around to see how Brexit turned out’

Canadian financial services group Toronto-Dominion Bank aims to have 80 employees by the end of the year in its new European Union hub in Dublin, whic(...)

Jeremy Masding, group chief executive at  Permanent TSB. Mr Masding said there was “a disconnect” between the “intrinsic value” of Permanent TSB’s shares and the market value

A merger between Permanent TSB and another financial institution is not appropriate at this stage, but the bank must make “further tough decisions” ov(...)

Brewin Dolphin chief executive David Nicol said the deal would allow it to “substantially” strengthen its presence in the Republic.

and UK investment firm Brewin Dolphin has moved to double down in the Republic by buying the local wealth management business of Investec in a deal(...)

Sharon Donnery will hold the interim governor role until September.

Central Bank of Ireland deputy governor Sharon Donnery has been appointed as the institution’s interim governor, pending the arrival of the incoming h(...)

Rose Doyle: ‘I discovered what friends really thought of my decor’

The move was a long time coming. I’d thought about it for years, a niggle that became a dream that came closer to reality last September when I finall(...)

Ulster Bank has trailed other mortgage lenders in terms of paying redress and compensation

Ulster Bank executives told the Oireachtas Finance Committee on Thursday that they have set aside money to cover a likely Central Bank fine for the le(...)

Sylvia Cronin , the Central Bank’s head of insurance, is understood to currently have no firm plans, but is expected to return to the private sector. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Central Bank’s head of insurance Sylvia Cronin is set to leave the regulator at the end of September after deciding not to renew her existing five(...)

Euroclear said Irish authorities are “actively considering” the legal proposals that it has made.

The Government may have to push through “bespoke legislation” to ensure Irish shares can continue to be traded and settled seamlessly following Brexit(...)

More than 100 financial services applications have been received by the Central Bank of Ireland since the Brexit referendum – the majority of them asset management applications. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Brexit, although it has yet to happen, has already brought about changes to the financial services authorisation landscape, and these changes are like(...)

Ciarán Hancock, The Irish Times business editor; Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe and Seamus Hand (far right), managing partner at KPMG, present the Business Person of the Year award to Don O’Leary, Ireland site lead at Stripe, who accepted the award on behalf of Patrick and John Collison. Photograph: Kieran Harnett

Stripe founders Patrick and John Collison have won the Business Person of the Year Awards at a ceremony held at Dublin’s Mansion House this evening. (...)

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